Ukraine cyber police arrested a man for selling data of 300M people

The Ukrainian cyber police arrested a Ukraine man for selling the data of over 300 million people from different countries.

The Ukrainian cyber police have arrested a man (36) from the city of Netishyn for selling the personal data and …

Google obtained a temporary court order against CryptBot distributors

Google obtained a temporary court order in the U.S. to disrupt the operations of the CryptBot information stealer.

Google announced that a federal judge in the Southern District of New York unsealed its civil action against the operators of the information …

Researchers found the first Linux variant of the RTM locker

RTM ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) started offering locker ransomware that targets Linux, NAS, and ESXi systems.

The Uptycs threat research team discovered the first ransomware binary attributed to the RTM ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) provider. The new variant of the encryptor targets Linux, NAS, …

Crooks use PaperCut exploits to deliver Cl0p and LockBit ransomware

Microsoft revealed that recent attacks against PaperCut servers aimed at distributing Cl0p and LockBit ransomware.

Microsoft linked the recent attacks against PaperCut servers to a financially motivated threat actor tracked as Lace Tempest (formerly DEV-0950). The group is known to …

CryptoRom: OkCupid scam cost Florida man $480k – we followed the money to Binance

CyberNews analyzed a classic cryptocurrency romance scam, also known as CryptoRom, explaining how scammers hid the money

CryptoRom scammers hid the money with several layers of obfuscation, but the Cybernews research team discovered that the stolen funds ended up in

Iranian Charming Kitten APT used a new BellaCiao malware in recent wave of attacks

Iran-linked APT group Charming Kitten employed a new malware dubbed BellaCiao in attacks against victims in the U.S., Europe, the Middle East and India.

Iran-linked Charming Kitten group, (aka APT35, Phosphorus, Newscaster, and Ajax Security Team) made the headlines in …

Thousands of publicly-exposed Apache Superset installs exposed to RCE attacks

Apache Superset open-source data visualization platform is affected by an insecure default configuration that could lead to remote code execution.

Apache Superset is an open-source data visualization and data exploration platform. The maintainers of the software have released security patches …

Pro-Russia hacking group executed a disruptive attack against a Canadian gas pipeline

Pro-Russia hacking group Zarya caused a cybersecurity incident at a Canadian gas pipeline, the critical infrastructure sector is on alert.

A Canadian gas pipeline suffered a cyber security incident, Canada’s top cyber official and Pro-Russia hacking group Zarya claimed the …

SLP flaw allows DDoS attacks with an amplification factor as high as 2200 times

A flaw in the Service Location Protocol (SLP), tracked as CVE-2023-29552, can allow to carry out powerful DDoS attacks.

A high-severity security vulnerability (CVE-2023-29552, CVSS score: 8.6) impacting the Service Location Protocol (SLP) can be exploited by threat actors to …

VMware addressed two zero-day flaws demonstrated at Pwn2Own Vancouver 2023

VMware addressed zero-day flaws that can be chained to achieve arbitrary code execution on Workstation and Fusion software hypervisors.

VMware released security updates to address two zero-day vulnerabilities (CVE-2023-20869, CVE-2023-20870) that were chained by the STAR Labs team during the …

A new Mirai botnet variant targets TP-Link Archer A21

Mirai botnet started exploiting the CVE-2023-1389 vulnerability (aka ZDI-CAN-19557/ZDI-23-451) in TP-Link Archer A21 in recent attacks.

Last week, the Zero Day Initiative (ZDI) threat-hunting team observed the Mirai botnet attempting to exploit the CVE-2023-1389 vulnerability (aka ZDI-CAN-19557/ZDI-23-451, CVSS v3: 8.8) …

Google researchers found multiple security issues in Intel TDX

Google Cloud Security and Project Zero researchers found multiple vulnerabilities in the Intel Trust Domain Extensions (TDX).

Google Cloud Security and Project Zero researchers, working with Intel experts, discovered multiple vulnerabilities in the Intel Trust Domain Extensions (TDX).

The Intel …

Google Authenticator App now supports Google Account synchronization

Google announced that its Authenticator app for Android and iOS now supports Google Account synchronization.

Google announced that its Google Authenticator app for both iOS and Android now supports Google Account synchronization that allows to safely backup users one-time codes …

North Korea-linked BlueNoroff APT is behind the new RustBucket Mac Malware

North Korea-linked APT group BlueNoroff (aka Lazarus) was spotted targeting Mac users with new RustBucket malware.

Researchers from security firm Jamf observed the North Korea-linked BlueNoroff APT group using a new macOS malware, dubbed RustBucket, family in recent attacks.

The …

AuKill tool uses BYOVD attack to disable EDR software

Ransomware operators use the AuKill tool to disable EDR software through Bring Your Own Vulnerable Driver (BYOVD) attack.

Sophos researchers reported that threat actors are using a previously undocumented defense evasion tool, dubbed AuKill, to disable endpoint detection and response …

Experts released PoC Exploit code for actively exploited PaperCut flaw

Threat actors are exploiting PaperCut MF/NG print management software flaws in attacks in the wild, while researchers released PoC exploit code.

Hackers are actively exploiting PaperCut MF/NG print management software flaws (tracked as CVE-2023-27350 and CVE-2023-27351) in attacks in the …

Health insurer Point32Health suffered a ransomware attack

Non-profit health insurer Point32Health suffered a ransomware attack and has taken systems offline in response to the incident.

Non-profit health insurer Point32Health has taken systems offline in response to a ransomware attack that took place on April 17. The insurer …

Experts spotted first-ever crypto mining campaign leveraging Kubernetes RBAC

Experts warn of a large-scale cryptocurrency mining campaign exploiting Kubernetes (K8s) Role-Based Access Control (RBAC).

Cloud security firm Aqua discovered a large-scale cryptocurrency mining campaign exploiting Kubernetes (K8s) Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) to create backdoors and run miners. The campaign …

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